I sought out the Duty Officer and asked if there was a ladies toilet. It is still a favourite of hers. After final assessments we were told we had the option of leaving and returning home. There was a junction of three roads and we were lost. Towards the end of the basic training we were interviewed to determine what type of work we were suited for. It was about April and an officer, a craftsman, three girls and a driver travelled there in a mobile workshop.
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Probus, a private school then unused, provided a small gymnasium. I married that handsome Marine and am now a grandmother. After the medical I was interviewed by an officer and asked what I would like to do. As the final credits rolled, before the lights came back up, they would make their escape unnoticed. The trouble was the one thing we dreaded to find. If we worked late on Friday, we had Saturday free; the next week we worked late Saturday and had Sunday off.
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We traced the fault and found that the part we needed was back at the workshops. This visit led to play reading sessions with one or two other ATs and the production of a one act play for the troops. They only had to provide a bed, washing facilities, and a morning and evening drink; all our meals were to be provided at the camp. The WAAC was disbanded in Men did all the cooking with soldierly nonchalance, women prepared the vegetables.
Later this was extended to married women, although pregnant women and mothers with young children were exempt from this work. It was a shattering experience. Major said "Miss Hawkes will watch your class at 2. They had little room for outsiders, and in London Elizabeth mixed with a few, carefully vetted, upper-class children. My friends also discouraged me from joining. At last it seemed that she might find a niche in the "establishment" using the physical energy that she had longed to do.